Jennifer Aniston Celebrates LolaVie’s 2-Year Anniversary with Heartwarming Childhood Photos and a Shoutout to Her Amazing Team

Jennifer Aniston celebrated the second anniversary of her haircare brand, LolaVie, by posting throwback pictures from her childhood on Instagram last Friday. The actress shared images of herself as a baby and a current black and white photo, along with a playful caption that read, “Someone turns TWO today and it’s not these two.” She expressed gratitude towards her team, friends, fans, and returning customers in another post, stating that she is proud of her incredible team. Aniston, who recently called herself self-made, turned 54 earlier this year.

Special occasion: Jennifer Aniston took to Instagram on Friday to mark the two year anniversary of her haircare line LolaVie

In a delightful move, Jennifer Aniston celebrated the two-year anniversary of her haircare brand LolaVie by sharing a post on Instagram.

Adorable: The 54-year-old former Friends star celebrated by sharing throwback photos from her childhood

The former star of Friends, who is now 54 years old, recently celebrated her birthday and shared some adorable throwback photos from her childhood with her 42.8 million followers. In the post, she thanked her fans for their support and added a series of emojis, including a red heart, a bathtub, and a blonde girl. The post quickly gained popularity, receiving over 500,000 likes within two hours. Aniston also shared a modern-day photo of herself posing in a black halterneck jumpsuit with high black heels, featuring her famous dirty blonde locks styled in a center part with a tousled texture. Her beauty brand’s official Instagram page also followed the same formula with a two-photo slideshow post showing Jen in a bucket hat both as a child and at her current age.

Over on LolaVie's official Instagram page, the same now-and-then formula was followed

The caption read, 'In honor of our second birthday ¿ here¿s our founder at 2(ish) vs now(ish)¿ the hair keeps getting better!'

LolaVie’s official Instagram page recently followed the now-and-then formula to commemorate their second birthday. The founder’s photo at the age of 2 was compared with a recent one, and the caption invited followers to post their own 2 vs now pictures for a chance to win the full range of products. The hashtag ‘#lolavieturnstwo’ and a cake emoji were included in the post. On her Instagram Stories, The Morning Show star shared a picture of a partially eaten celebratory cake and her dog with its tongue wagging, joking that someone had got to the cake before they could. Earlier this year, Jennifer was overwhelmed with emotions when she saw her hair products on the shelves of an Ulta Beauty store. She expressed her excitement while holding the purchased items close to her chest in her vehicle.

Whoops: The Morning Show star also took to her Instagram Stories to share a photo of a celebratory cake that was partially eaten

Oops! The actress from The Morning Show also posted on her Instagram Stories a picture of a cake that had been enjoyed as part of the celebrations.

Sense of humor: The next Story showed a photo of her dog with its tongue wagging as she added, 'Someone got to the cake before we could,' with a crying laughing emoji

In a light-hearted tone, the following anecdote featured a picture of the writer’s canine companion sticking out its tongue. The caption humorously revealed that the mischievous pooch had beaten them to the cake, accompanied by a crying laughing emoji.

Aniston’s newest product line, LolaVie, was named after her early days in Hollywood. The moniker came from her friends, who affectionately called her Lola. The inspiration for the name came when she purchased her first car in California and christened it Lola. Her friends started calling her by the same name, and it stuck. After working for five years on LolaVie’s products, Aniston finally launched her brand. Her interest in the haircare industry began when she collaborated with Living Proof, a brand she co-founded in 2012. She parted ways with the company when it was sold to Unilever.

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